Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Arches, Domes and Half Circles
A varied mix of Arches, Domes and Half Circles from Toowoomba, Florence, Figueres and at my place.
The Arched light support in Toowoomba
Half-Circle handles on the Teapots in the Ground Up Cafe Toowoomba
The Arches in the Toowoomba City Art Gallery
Half Circles graffiti Toowoomba
Arches on the White Horse Hotel Toowoomba
The Dome on the Dali Museum in Figueres
The blue Domes on the Great Synagogue in Florence
A Spangled Drongo wondering if the bird bath is a Half Circle or an upside down Dome
When I first saw the word prompt from The Daily Post: Egg, a memory from a visit to the Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation in Figueres in Spain came to mind. The building is an extension of Dali’s work that houses some fantastic pieces of art.
Copyright: bushboy photos
I ordered a chicken from one dealer and one egg from another over the internet.
Let’s see who comes first 🙂
So many names to choose from for this photo challenge from Where’s my backpack. Here is a slideshow of names. Hope you enjoy them
In response to Dutch goes the Photo challenge Signs, here are some signs I have found that you may find interesting.
The Daily Post prompt Windows made me think of the windows I have looked out of and looked into and looked at.
I couldn’t go past the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona for my fab ceiling photos. OK I couldn’t stop at one for the Lost in Translation black and white photo challenge Ceiling
One of my favourite buildings in the world. Gaudi is amazing with his vision for a fantastic building.
I am sure some of you would like to see the colour versions too
The Daily Post photo challenge made me think of the photos I have with reflections. The ones that I chose were from the hours spent in La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The whole structure is so amazing. The outside with its many carvings and intricate designs but once inside the amazement turns to wonderment. The light through the myriad of stained glass windows is breathtaking.
The light reflects on every surface lighting the Sagrada with dancing colours.
This a small selection of what I saw.
The floor – a cool blue
The floor – a fiery red